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Russian Commanders of WWII

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Captured Soviet Generals : The Fate of Soviet Generals Captured by the Germans, 1941-1945 (Soviet Military Institute)
by Aleksander A. Maslov, et al

Red Army Tank Commanders: The Armored Guards
by Richard N. Armstrong
Listed under The Red Army

Otto Preston Chaney, Malcolm Mackintosh
Georgi Konstantinovich Zhukov, arguably the greatest general in Russian history, is famous among military historians for his coordinated campaigns in defense of Moscow, Leningrad and Stalingrad -- campaigns in which millions of Soviets lost their lives -- and for leading the Red Army into Berlin in the spring of 1945. After Stalin's postwar fall from grace, however, Zhukov was all but forgotten in his own country, even after twice being officially "rehabilitated." In this richly detailed biography, Chaney analyzes Zhukov's successes (and occasional failures) as a tactician and fighter whose contributions to the war undoubtedly hastened the collapse of the Third Reich.
Zhukov : The Rise and Fall of a Great Captain
by William J. Spahr
Paperback / Published 1995

Zhukov's Greatest Defeat : The Red Army's Epic Disaster in Operation Mars, 1942
(Modern War Studies)
by David M. Glantz, Mary E. Glantz (Translator)
Hardcover: 448 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.54 x 9.29 x 6.32 
Publisher: Univ Pr of Kansas; (April )
ISBN: 070060944X 

From Moscow to Berlin : Marshall Zhukov's Greatest Battles
(War & Warriors Ser.)
Georgi K. Zhukov
Hardcover / Published 1991
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